Monday-Day 5

Cafeteria:
Meat Balls, Gravy, Choice of Side, Vegs & small white milk  = $5.50

Orange Shirt Day:
Tomorrow (Tuesday) will be orange shirt day. A day that raises awareness of the history of residential schools for Indigenous peoples and that honors the thousands of Survivors.

School Newspaper – Would all students who signed up to be a part of The Tiger Times, the student-lead newspaper, please meet in Room 139 in House 7 Downstairs (the first classroom on your left) at 12:30 on Tuesday (tomorrow), October 2. Mrs. Burry is looking for a few more students (especially Grade 8s) who might be interested in being part of this team. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Burry or just show up to the meeting tomorrow.

Coding Club:
If you have an interest in learning to code or just want to find out what it’s all about, come to the first meeting of the Coding Club today at 12:35 in Mrs. Reynard’s room (Gr. 9, upper floor).  All are welcome. No experience necessary.

Band:
1. There will be a grade 7 lunch time band rehearsal today beginning at 12:35.  Grade
7 band students are reminded that they must let Mrs. Peters know in advance if
they cannot attend for any reason.

  1. There will be a Jazz Band rehearsal this Friday during period 1.  Students must sign
    up for jazz band on Google Classroom by the end of the day today in order to
    participate.  Details can be found on the band blog
  1. Grade 9 band students who do not have a Tiger logo band sweater are reminded to
    bring their old sweaters to be exchanged tomorrow morning at early am band.

Cafeteria Lines:
Only students who are purchasing food items are to be in the food lineup as it makes things too crowded if people are just hanging around the lineup. If you are not buying food, please wait for your friends elsewhere in the cafeteria

Grade 9 Trip:
Tomorrow (Tuesday) grade 9 will be selling Cavendish Farms French fries for $3, as well, on Friday, October 12th from 12:05-12:45 pm in front of the school to help with the fundraising for the grade 9 trip to Ottawa and Quebec.

Picture Orders
Students, please have your picture order requests returned to office by tomorrow (Tuesday)

Stonepark Jam Room:
The Stonepark Jam Room opens this week at lunchtime (12:30).  The room is open to students who currently play guitar, bass guitar, drums, and keyboards.  It is also open to singers/vocalists.  The Stonepark Jam Room gives students a chance to practice their skills and to make friends with other musicians with the same interests.  The room is also open to encourage students to create rock bands/groups and follow their dreams to find fame & fortune in the music industry.  The room is run by Mr. Stratton and Mr. Rooney and is open daily from 12:30 – 12:55

Lego Club:
Anyone interested in Lego Club can see Mrs. Richards. It will be held in room #313 every day 6 at lunchtime (starting tomorrow). All are welcome. Feel free to bring your own lego if you wish. Hope to see you there.

School Golf:
The zone qualifier will be held today at Countryview. The same draw will be in effect for the day.

Cross Country Meet:
Would all athletes who are planning on attending the zone cross country meet tomorrow please meet in the cafeteria at reading period. This will include the students who have trained with Mr. Beaton as well as members of other school teams who are interested in running.

Girls AA Soccer:
Practice today, Game Tuesday at Birchwood Game Wednesday at KISH

Girls A Soccer:
The A girls played a great game against Gulf Shore.  Leah Wood played a good game in nets and Keira Wilson on defence. Lauren MacMillan got a break away and scored the only goal for the Tigers.

Boys Baseball:
Stonepark vs East Wiltshire @ Cornwall @ 4:15 pm
Team Meeting in Earl Campbell’s office at 10:20 (break time)

Boys A Soccer:
The Boys A Soccer team will practice today from 3:10-4:00.

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Thursday – Day 4

Cafeteria:
Chicken Nuggets, Fries and Sm White Milk = $5.50

Cafeteria Lines:
Only students who are purchasing food items are to be in the food lineup as it makes things too crowded if people are just hanging around the lineup. If you are not buying food, please wait for your friends elsewhere in the cafeteria

Orange Shirt Day Postponed to Tuesday October 2nd.:
A day that raises awareness of the history of residential schools for Indigenous peoples and that honors the thousands of Survivors.

Grade 9 Trip:
Will be selling Cavendish Farms French fries for $3, Tuesday, October 2, and Friday, October 12th from 12:05-12:45 pm In front of the school To help with the fundraising for the grade 9 trip to Ottawa and Quebec.

Drama Club:
The Drama Club will be holding its kick-off today from 3:00 to 4:30 pm.  This is after the Terry Fox run, so bring a water bottle.  We are seeking new members – all grade 7, 8 and 9 students are welcome to check it out!

Needlecraft Club:
Needlecraft Club will start today in the back room of the library. At the bell, bring your lunch and eat while you learn to cross-stitch. Miss Dockendorff looks forward to seeing you there

Math Tutoring:
Starting today, IB students from the Rural High School will be offering math tutoring from 3:30 – 4:45 in the school library. This will take place every Thursday and all students who need extra help with math are invited to attend.

Picture Orders
Students, please have your picture order requests returned to office on or before Tuesday – October. 02, 2018

Lego Club:
Anyone interested in Lego Club can see Mrs. Richards. It will be held in room #313 every day 6 at lunchtime. All are welcome. Feel free to bring your own lego if you wish. Hope to see you there.

Terry Fox Run:
Our Annual Terry Fox Run will take place today in the afternoon. We will start in the gym (after reading period) with our usual Pep Rally highlighting SP sports teams then proceed to the bowl where students will run/walk until the end of the day. Terry’s goal was to raise one dollar per Canadian citizen and he exceeded that goal. We are hoping to raise one dollar per person in this school and just a little bit more for a goal of $1000.

Like last year, we will be asking students and adults for donations – for every dollar you give, you will receive a ballot (if you give $1, you get one ballot; if you give $5, you will get 5 ballots, etc…) that will go in for a draw. There are 4 Terry Fox T-Shirts that we will draw for at the Pep Rally before the walk. Your teacher will have the ballots available later today – they will be blue and stamped with “Stonepark Gives Back”. We will also be collecting loose/spare change – in the Spare-Change Mobile over the lunch hour. Finally, we hope to do an ice-cream sale at break sometime between now and next Wednesday.

School Golf: The zone qualifier will now be held this coming Monday Oct 1st at Countryview. The same draw will be in effect for the day.

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Wednesday – Day 3

Cafeteria:
Spaghetti with meatballs, garlic toast, Caesar Salad, & small white milk =$5.50

Drama Club:
The Drama Club will be holding its kick-off tomorrow (Thursday) from 3:00 to 4:30 pm.  This is after the Terry Fox run, so bring a water bottle.  We are seeking new members – all grade 7, 8 and 9 students are welcome to check it out!

Needlecraft Club:
Needlecraft Club will start tomorrow (Thursday) in the back room of the library. At the bell, bring your lunch and eat while you learn to cross-stitch. Miss Dockendorff looks forward to seeing you there

Band:
There will be a meeting today during reading period in the band room for all grade 8 and 9 band students who are interested in signing up for Jazz band this year.

Duke of Edinburgh:
There will be a Duke of Edinburgh meeting at 10:20 in Mr. Dunn’s room. Please be in an attendance.

Math Tutoring:
Starting tomorrow, Thursday, September 27th, IB students from the Rural High School will be offering math tutoring from 3:30 – 4:45 in the school library. This will take place every Thursday and all students who need extra help with math are invited to attend.

Leadership:
To all homeroom teachers, please, speak to your classes about leadership and select two students as your leadership reps and send those names to Ms. Poirier.

Golf:
The golf that was scheduled for today is cancelled, new date will be announced later.

Picture Orders
Students, please have your picture order requests returned to office on or before Tuesday – October. 02, 2018

Lego Club:
Anyone interested in Lego Club can see Mrs. Richards. It will be held in room #313 every day 6 at lunchtime. All are welcome. Feel free to bring your own lego if you wish. Hope to see you there.

Jazz Band:
There will be a Jazz Band meeting today during reading period.  Jazz Band is open to interested grade 8 and 9 band students.
Jazz Band rehearsals will begin next Friday, October 5th.

School Newspaper – The Tiger Times:
If you would like to be part of our student-lead school newspaper, The Tiger Times, pick up an application outside Ms. Burry’s office, upstairs in House 7. This is open to all students in Grades 7, 8 & 9. The applications are due back today to Ms. Burry.

Terry Fox Run:
Our Annual Terry Fox Run will take place tomorrow (Thursday) in the afternoon. We will start in the gym (after reading period) with our usual Pep Rally highlighting SP sports teams then proceed to the bowl where students will run/walk until the end of the day. Terry’s goal was to raise one dollar per Canadian citizen and he exceeded that goal. We are hoping to raise one dollar per person in this school and just a little bit more for a goal of $1000.
Like last year, we will be asking students and adults for donations – for every dollar you give, you will receive a ballot (if you give $1, you get one ballot; if you give $5, you will get 5 ballots, etc…) that will go in for a draw. There are 4 Terry Fox T-Shirts that we will draw for at the Pep Rally before the walk. Your teacher will have the ballots available later today – they will be blue and stamped with “Stonepark Gives Back”. We will also be collecting loose/spare change – in the Spare-Change Mobile over the lunch hour. Finally, we hope to do an ice-cream sale at break sometime between now and next Wednesday.

Stonepark Hockey Canada Skills Academy:
There will be a meeting in the cafeteria tomorrow (Wednesday) during reading period, for students who have registered or are interested in signing up for the Stonepark Hockey Canada Skills Academy. It is open to all students.

Fall Sports Team:
All members of our fall sports teams including: baseball, cross country, golf, soccer, volleyball and field hockey are asked to take their team jersey to school tomorrow to wear in our school pep rally in the afternoon.

Girls Field Hockey:
The girls field hockey team defeated Queen Charlotte yesterday 3-1. Livi Lawlor led Stonepark with two goals while Reagan Bolger added her first of the season. Laney McGonnell had the save in net. The girls play Birchwood today at 3:35 at Cornwall turf. Teachers are asked to excuse the girls from class at 2:30 as taxis are coming at 2:45.

Boys Volleyball:
Would the boys who were interested in playing school volleyball this year please meet in the gym at morning break for an update on the season.

Girls Volleyball:
Congratulations to the girls volleyball team who defeated Birchwood in straight sets yesterday.  It was a full team effort with all the girls on the team playing well.

AA Boys Soccer:
The AA boys soccer team opened their season with a 4-0 win at East Wiltshire yesterday.  After a scoreless 1st half the Tigers scored 4 times in the 2nd on the way to victory.  Cameron Jennings made a number of great saves to earn the shutout while Izi Hatungi, Isaac Vos, Keegan Kallaghan and Chase Bell each scored a goal.  The team is in action again on Thursday at Birchwood.

Boys A Soccer:
The Boys A Soccer team lost a nail biter to Gulf Shore yesterday 1-0. The boys started off the game slow but controlled most of the second half.  Co-captain Izak Longley was a force on the field winning almost every battle. Yasine Elbath had a few scoring chances but couldn’t quite hit his mark.  The team also had excellent goaltending from youngsters Will Yeo in the first half and a clean sheet from Sean Rooney (Mr Rooney’s son in grade 9) in the second half. The boys will play again Thursday at François Buote at 4:15. Taxis will be leaving the school at the back doors by 3:20. Only the players dressing will take the taxis to the game.

Girls A Soccer:
The girls’ A soccer team played a great game yesterday, earning a 2-2 tie against Birchwood.  Lauren MacMillan scored on a penalty kick in the first half and Leah Wood scored an amazing goal in the second half, while Emily Smith played an excellent game on defense.
There will be no practice today. The girls’ A team will travel to Gulf Shore tomorrow (Thursday) with the bus leaving at 3:40 p.

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Tuesday – Day 2

Cafeteria:
Chicken Quesadilla served with rice, corn, and small white milk = $5.50

Picture Orders
Students, please have your picture order requests returned to office on or before October. 02, 2018

Stonepark Hockey Canada Skills Academy:
There will be a meeting in the cafeteria tomorrow (Wednesday) during reading period, for students who have registered or are interested in signing up for the Stonepark Hockey Canada Skills Academy. It is open to all students.

Lego Club:
Anyone interested in Lego Club can see Mrs. Richards. It will be held in room #313 every day 6 at lunchtime. All are welcome. Feel free to bring your own lego if you wish. Hope to see you there.

Jazz Band:
There will be a Jazz Band meeting this Wednesday, September 26th during reading period.  Jazz Band is open to interested grade 8 and 9 band students.
Jazz Band rehearsals will begin next Friday, October 5th.

Duke of Edinburgh:
There will be a Duke of Edinburgh meeting tomorrow at 12:30 in Mr Dunn’s room. Please be in attendance. This is a very important meeting.

Drama Club:
The Drama Club will be holding its kick-off this Thursday from 3:00 to 4:30 pm.  This is after the Terry Fox run, so bring a water bottle.  We are seeking new members – all grade 7, 8 and 9 students are welcome to check it out!

School Newspaper – The Tiger Times:
If you would like to be part of our student-lead school newspaper, The Tiger Times, pick up an application outside Ms. Burry’s office, upstairs in House 7. This is open to all students in Grades 7, 8 & 9. The applications are due back to Ms. Burry by Wednesday, September 26. (repeat Tuesday).

Terry Fox Run:
Our Annual Terry Fox Run will take place Thursday, September 27th in the afternoon. We will start in the gym (after reading period) with our usual Pep Rally highlighting SP sports teams then proceed to the bowl where students will run/walk until the end of the day. Terry’s goal was to raise one dollar per Canadian citizen and he exceeded that goal. We are hoping to raise one dollar per person in this school and just a little bit more for a goal of $1000.

Like last year, we will be asking students and adults for donations – for every dollar you give, you will receive a ballot (if you give $1, you get one ballot; if you give $5, you will get 5 ballots, etc…) that will go in for a draw. There are 4 Terry Fox T-Shirts that we will draw for at the Pep Rally before the walk. Your teacher will have the ballots available later today – they will be blue and stamped with “Stonepark Gives Back”. We will also be collecting loose/spare change – in the Spare-Change Mobile over the lunch hour. Finally, we hope to do an ice-cream sale at break sometime between now and next Wednesday.

AA Baseball:
The AA Baseball team picks up 1st win of the season. Stonepark Tigers vs Queen Charlotte Coyotes – SP 9 QC 4.
The Winning Pitcher:  Aiden Maas 48 pitche
Middle Relief Pitcher: Owen Murphy 22 pitches
Save:  Jack MacKinnon 27 pitches
Losing Pitcher:  Jack Rowell.
Top Batter:  Stonepark –  Ethan MacDonald 3 for 4. Three runs scored including an inside the park homerun
Collectively, the tigers stole 15 bases!!

Top batter for Queen Charlotte:
Brandon Hall…two for three …two hits, a walk and a run scored
Stonepark scored 7 runs in the second, which was all they would need!
Next game is Wednesday at MacRae field vs Montague Intermediate at 4:15pm
Please let Earl or Mr. Trainor know ASAP if you are unable to attend.

Boys A Soccer:
The Boys A Soccer team will host Gulf Shore today to begin their regular season. Game time is 4:30. Boys are to be on the field by 4pm.

 

 

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Monday – Day 1

Cafeteria:
Sweet n Sour Meatballs,  Rice, corn, small white milk  = $5.50

Golfers:
Would the golfers who’s are playing in today’s qualifier at Belvedere please report to the cafeteria for a short meeting following the morning announcements.

Band:
-Grade 7 band students will have their first full band rehearsal today from 12:35-1:15
in the band room.  Students are asked to bring their instruments, band books, sheet
music and a pencil to the rehearsal.
-Grade 9 students who have been volunteering as mentors for grade 7 students are also asked to come to the band room today from 12:35-1:15.
-Grade 9 band students who do not have the newer Tiger crested band sweaters are
asked to bring their old sweaters to early morning band rehearsal tomorrow to be      exchanged.
-Grade 8-9 Jazz band will begin this Friday.  Please see the band blog later today for details.

School Newspaper – The Tiger Times:
If you would like to be part of our student-lead school newspaper, The Tiger Times, pick up an application outside Ms. Burry’s office, upstairs in House 7. This is open to all students in Grades 7, 8 & 9. The applications are due back to Ms. Burry by Wednesday, September 26. (repeat Tuesday).

Terry Fox Run:
Our Annual Terry Fox Run will take place Thursday, September 27th in the afternoon. We will start in the gym (after reading period) with our usual Pep Rally highlighting SP sports teams then proceed to the bowl where students will run/walk until the end of the day. Terry’s goal was to raise one dollar per Canadian citizen and he exceeded that goal. We are hoping to raise one dollar per person in this school and just a little bit more for a goal of $1000.

Like last year, we will be asking students and adults for donations – for every dollar you give, you will receive a ballot (if you give $1, you get one ballot; if you give $5, you will get 5 ballots, etc…) that will go in for a draw. There are 4 Terry Fox T-Shirts that we will draw for at the Pep Rally before the walk. Your teacher will have the ballots available later today – they will be blue and stamped with “Stonepark Gives Back”. We will also be collecting loose/spare change – in the Spare-Change Mobile over the lunch hour. Finally, we hope to do an ice-cream sale at break sometime between now and next Wednesday. (Repeat daily.)

Boys Baseball Players:
Any players that still owe Mr. Campbell for a hat, please see him today.

Girls Volleyball:
It was a great weekend for the Tigers girls volleyball team. They won the ME Callaghan classic tournament for the 4th year in a row going 6-0 over the weekend.  The girls beat Kensington in a thrilling final.  Sydney Lawlor was named tournament MVP, and Dara McCabe was an all star.  Katie Vidito won the passing event in the tournaments skills challenge.

Boys Volleyball:
Would members of the boys volleyball team meet in the gym at the start of lunch -12:15 for an important meeting.

The Tigers also fielded a second team who improved over the weekend and won their final game with a straight sets win over ME Callaghan.

Boys A Soccer:
There will be a Boys A soccer practice today from 3:10-430 on the front field.

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SAS Turned On

SAS has been recently turned on, and we hope that you have received (or will soon) your user information. At this time, we would like to remind you of the following:

Attendance is recorded twice daily at the school, so each absence code represents a half-day absence, not a full-day absence! Therefore, a student with 12 absences listed has missed 6 full days. Attendance is recorded, and can be viewed, within the Homeroom course.

Auto-Notification: Parents with valid email addresses in our system will be receiving auto-notifications from SAS, which relays student attendance and achievement data.  This provides notification of all marks and any attendance data, entered within the past 24-hour period.  Parents can adjust the parameters for information they receive from, or choose not to receive anything at all, as control is up to the individual. More information can be found at: http://www.edu.pe.ca/esd/info/adjusting_autonotify.pdf

Assignment Weights:  The student average is always changing as assignments are entered.  The average is based on the weight or value given to the assignment.  This means that some assignments are worth more than others even though they may not be scored out of as many points. You will notice that at the beginning of the year, the average tends to fluctuate more so than later on when more assignments tend to level out the average!

The displayed average is the cumulative mark, or the running mark, throughout the year. The Exploratory Course mark, which is composed of four distinct sections, represents a combined mark for the four sections.  Check here for an example of how weights affect the overall mark.

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Friday – Day 6

Cafeteria:
Pacific Rim – Chicken Stir fry served in a takeout container & chop sticks with small milk = $5.50

School Newspaper – The Tiger Times:
– If you would like to be part of our student-lead school newspaper, The Tiger Times, pick up an application outside Ms. Burry’s office, upstairs in House 7. This is open to all students in Grades 7, 8 & 9. The applications are due back to Ms. Burry by Wednesday, September 26.

Terry Fox Run:
Our Annual Terry Fox Run will take place Thursday, September 27th in the afternoon. We will start in the gym (after reading period) with our usual Pep Rally highlighting SP sports teams then proceed to the bowl where students will run/walk until the end of the day. Terry’s goal was to raise one dollar per Canadian citizen and he exceeded that goal. We are hoping to raise one dollar per person in this school and just a little bit more for a goal of $1000.

Like last year, we will be asking students and adults for donations – for every dollar you give, you will receive a ballot (if you give $1, you get one ballot; if you give $5, you will get 5 ballots, etc…) that will go in for a draw. There are 4 Terry Fox T-Shirts that we will draw for at the Pep Rally before the walk. Your teacher will have the ballots available later today – they will be blue and stamped with “Stonepark Gives Back”. We will also be collecting loose/spare change – in the Spare-Change Mobile over the lunch hour. Finally, we hope to do an ice-cream sale at break sometime between now and next Wednesday. (Repeat daily.)

Boys Soccer:
The Boys A Soccer practice is canceled today due to the weather forecast. The boys will practice Monday from 3:10-4:30.

Girls AA Soccer Team:
Tied Queen Charlotte 1-1 yesterday.  Kaisley Wilson had an outstanding performance in goal, Bella Coffin with the Tiger’s lone goal.   Practice next Tuesday Sept 25.

 

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Thursday – Day 5

Cafeteria:
Pulled Pork, served with potato, veggies, small white milk = $5.50

Library:
-The library is hosting a writing and art competition this October.  The theme is
Halloween. The winner will choose a prize from our prize box!
-For our short story writing challenge, you cannot use the letter ‘y,’ and each sentence
must have at least 7 words.
-For the art challenge, any living thing must be in skeleton form.
-The due date is Tuesday, October the 30th, just pass your submissions in to Ms.
Poirier in the library.  For more information, you can come read the poster on the
Contest Board.

Yearbook Committee:
There is an important meeting for yearbook members today @ 12:25 pm in Mr. Beaton’s room. Anyone interested in being involved in this year’s yearbook committee, come on down.

School Newspaper – The Tiger Times:
– If you would like to be part of our student-lead school newspaper, The Tiger Times, pick up an application outside Ms. Burry’s office, upstairs in House 7. This is open to all students in Grades 7, 8 & 9. The applications are due back to Ms. Burry by Wednesday, September 26.

Needlecraft Club:
Don’t forget the Needlecraft Club will start next Thursday (Day 4). The sign up sheet is on the library window.  All welcome

Terry Fox Run:
Our Annual Terry Fox Run will take place Thursday, September 27th in the afternoon. We will start in the gym (after reading period) with our usual Pep Rally highlighting SP sports teams then proceed to the bowl where students will run/walk until the end of the day. Terry’s goal was to raise one dollar per Canadian citizen and he exceeded that goal. We are hoping to raise one dollar per person in this school and just a little bit more for a goal of $1000.

Like last year, we will be asking students and adults for donations – for every dollar you give, you will receive a ballot (if you give $1, you get one ballot; if you give $5, you will get 5 ballots, etc…) that will go in for a draw. There are 4 Terry Fox T-Shirts that we will draw for at the Pep Rally before the walk. Your teacher will have the ballots available later today – they will be blue and stamped with “Stonepark Gives Back”. We will also be collecting loose/spare change – in the Spare-Change Mobile over the lunch hour. Finally, we hope to do an ice-cream sale at break sometime between now and next Wednesday. (Repeat daily.)

U13 Girls Club Soccer Atlantic Championship tournament:
Is being held this later week in Charlottetown. Hillsborough United will be co-representing PEI. Members of the team from Stonepark include Kayla Batchilder, Miranda Anderson, Kennedy Casford, Emma Matheson, and Tamara Gauthier. Good luck!

Boys A Soccer:
There will be no Boys A Soccer game today due to scheduling conflicts. There will be a practice Saturday morning at 9am on the front field.

 

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Wednesday- Day 4

Cafeteria:
Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo with garlic bread, Caesar salad and small white mile – $5.50

Band:
Grade 7 band students who did not attend band camp and students in grade 8 and 9
who are new to the band program are asked to come to the band room today (Wed.)
from 12:35-1:15 for lessons.
Grade 9 early am band will be held tomorrow as usual. A reminder that band
students should be arriving at Stonepark at 7:35 on early morning band days and they
should be dropped off at the back entrance to the school.  Students should take their
books for periods 1 and 2 to the band room.  There should be no need for any band
students to return to lockers following early morning band practices.
All band students are reminded that instruments kept in the band area must be labeled
with their name and class.  Instruments that do not have names on them will be
reassigned to new students.
Any student who has not yet received a band book should see Mrs. Peters today.

Yearbook Committee:
There is an important meeting for yearbook members tomorrow @ 12:25 pm in Mr. Beaton’s room. Anyone interested in being involved in this year’s yearbook committee, come on down.

Expression Group:
Please note – the group will not meet today (Wednesday) – the Expression Group only meets on Tuesday afternoon from 3:15 pm – 5:00 pm.

Duke of Edinburgh:
The Duke of Edinburgh practice journey will take place today at Brackley Commons from 5:00-6:30. Please be there on time and arrange for a drive home. Listen to the announcements for a possible date change due to the weather.

Needlecraft Club:
Needlecraft Club will be returning to Stonepark every Day 4 at lunch time, starting next Thursday, Sept. 27th. If you would like to learn how to cross-stitch and make an ornament, take a look at the library window.  Sign up if you’re interested in joining or just finding out more about this hobby.

Terry Fox Run:
Our Annual Terry Fox Run will take place Thursday, September 27th in the afternoon. We will start in the gym (after reading period) with our usual Pep Rally highlighting SP sports teams then proceed to the bowl where students will run/walk until the end of the day. Terry’s goal was to raise one dollar per Canadian citizen and he exceeded that goal. We are hoping to raise one dollar per person in this school and just a little bit more for a goal of $1000.

Like last year, we will be asking students and adults for donations – for every dollar you give, you will receive a ballot (if you give $1, you get one ballot; if you give $5, you will get 5 ballots, etc…) that will go in for a draw. There are 4 Terry Fox T-Shirts that we will draw for at the Pep Rally before the walk. Your teacher will have the ballots available later today – they will be blue and stamped with “Stonepark Gives Back”. We will also be collecting loose/spare change – in the Spare-Change Mobile over the lunch hour. Finally, we hope to do an ice-cream sale at break sometime between now and next Wednesday. (Repeat daily.)

Soccer Teams Uniforms:
Would members of the boys and girls AA soccer teams come to the gym at morning break to pick up school uniforms.

Girls Field Hockey:
The girls field hockey team defeated Birchwood 4-0 in their season opener. Livi Lawlor led the squad with 2 goals, Molly Doyle with one and rookie Abby Larkin had one. Laney McGonnell has a shutout in her net debut. The girls travel to Montague today for a 4:30 game.
Reminder to all school athletes to pay your Athletics Fee. 20$ for a team sport, 30$ for a family of 2 or more and 5$ for cross country. Athletic fees help cover the cost of travel, officials and gear. This can be paid at the main office or through the “hot lunches” option on our school website.

 

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Stonepark Tigers Boys Baseball Final Roster – 2018/2019

Stonepark Tigers Boys Baseball Final Roster – 2018/2019

1) Josh Burgess (Grade 8)

2) Luke Coughlin (Grade 8)

3) Colin Pater (Grade 9)

4) Devin MacDonald (Grade 9)

5) Aiden Rose (Grade 9)

6) Jack MacKinnon (Grade 7)

7) Ethan MacDonald (Grade 9)

8) Cameron Doyle (Grade 8)

9) Shannon MacDonald (Grade 8)

10) Carter Reid (Grade 9)

11) Owen Murphy (Grade 7)

12) Aiden Maas (Grade 8)

13) Ryan Cheverie (Grade 9)

14) Colby Huggan (Grade 9)

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